This attempt at cashing in on the popularity of mid-'60s Mondo films serves only as a ruse to rerun a collection of unrelated scenes from several period roughies. The somber narrator takes us through a quick history of motion picture censorship and the ramifications felt by the industry and society at large. After some well worn silent era stock footage, our guide begins documenting his points by showing uncredited scenes from Olga's House of Shame and similar bondage-heavy sex films (including a sequence featuring Conrad Brooks and a girl in an angora sweater, reportedly taken from Edward D. Wood Jr.'s unfinished film Hellborn). The narrator claims that the scenes, featuring topless floggings, forced sex, and assorted tortures, were excised by the bluenose's knife, but it's more likely they were leftovers on a distributing company's cutting-room floor. Fans of '60s kitsch will get an eyeful of delirious fetish images (black fishnets, heels, and heavy eye shadow abounds), but aside from that, Mondo Oscenita just plods randomly towards its ultimate non-conclusion.
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